Isle of Palms Real Estate

Isle of Palms (IOP) is a casual beach town comprised of oceanfront condos, waterfront estates, and interior lot homes. All of the waterfront homes are built with coastal construction while the interior homes are an eclectic mix of raised crossbases, ranch-style homes, and lowcountry architecture. The interior homes are an easy walk or bike ride to the white sand beach while oceanfront homes have a private and a direct pathway to the Atlantic Ocean. The island is surrounded by the sparkling Atlantic Ocean, navigable Intracoastal Waterway, and beautiful but dangerous Breach Inlet. The two points of ingress and egress lead to nearby Sullivan’s Island in one direction and to its anchor city, Mt. Pleasant, in the other direction. Like Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms is a quiet, residential town with a strong sense of community; however, unlike Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms has beachfront hotels, vacation condos, and short-term rental opportunities. Additionally, the town is less stringent with its regulations regarding remodeled homes, detached structures, and home additions. Furthermore, Isle of Palms has more commercialization including its own Harris Teeter grocery store, banks, real estate and rental offices, law firms, retail boutiques, medical specialties, and numerous service companies. Residents enjoy being able to take their golf carts out for dinner and drinks. Read More

Market Snapshot

Total Listings: 42
Average Price: $1,696,002
Highest Price: $7,950,000
Lowest Price: $159,900

 

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42 Properties Found. Showing Page 1 of 5

3908 Palm Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$7,950,000

  • 9 Beds
  • 10 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 6,896 SqFt

For The Luxury Lifestyle Your Client Expects, We Present This Immaculate Custom-built Home Overlooking The Atlantic Ocean. This Exquisite Residence, Built In 2006, Offers The Finest In Beach Front...

2914 Palm Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$6,495,000

  • 8 Beds
  • 7 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 6,070 SqFt

Proposed Construction - Estimated Completion Date Is February, 2022. Introducing 2914 Palm Blvd, Designed By Carl Mccants And Being Built By Rhodes Residential Builders, This Quintessential Front ...

4 52nd Avenue

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$4,495,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 5,007 SqFt

This Remarkable 5000 Sf Beach Home Is Ready To Be Your Primary Residence, Or Can Easily Continue As A Lucrative Income Generating Property. With Porches On Every Level You Can Feel The Ocean Breez...

2203 Waterway Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$4,250,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 2,886 SqFt

Huge Waterfront Lot With Trees Galore. Perfect Opening In Rear Of Lot For The Estate Home To Be Built. No Other Lot This Size On The Island. There Is An Existing Home, But No Value Is Being Given.

54 Ocean Point Drive

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$4,000,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 4,328 SqFt

One Of The Most Spectacular Ocean Front Lots On The South Carolina Coast. This Property Is Located In The Exclusive Ocean Point Section Of Wild Dunes Resort On A Half-acre Lot Where You Will Enjoy...

2902 Palm Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$3,595,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,091 SqFt

Welcome To 2902 Palm Blvd, A Wonderful Oceanfront Home On The Beautiful Beaches Of Isle Of Palms. The Large 1-acre Lot Provides The Perfect Setting For This 4-bedroom, 3.5 Bath Beach Retreat. The ...

913 Carolina Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$3,500,000

  • 7 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 4,138 SqFt

This Home Was Built In 2004 By Thomas Evans Construction, One Of The Island's Finest Builders. The Home Was Renovated In 2011, Has Since Been Well-maintained And Is Currently A Super Performer On ...

1 Myrtle Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$3,200,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,354 SqFt

Deepwater Home On Hamlin Creek Near The Intracoastal Waterway Is A Well Maintained One-family Owned Residence. The Private Dock Has A Grandfathered 50' Floating Dock With Concrete Pilings That Is ...

3806 Hartnett Boulevard

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$2,445,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,555 SqFt

This Custom Designed, Custom Built Home Is Located Just A Short Stroll To One Of The East Coasts Most Desired Beaches. Upon Completion This Home Will Boast Approximately 3,500 Sf With 5 Bedrooms A...

3105 Palm Blvd

Isle Of Palms, Sc 29451

$2,350,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 3,792 SqFt

Wonderful, Large Beach Home That Will Accommodate Everything You Need For Owning A Vacation Rental Home! Its Location Is Just Right Across The Street From Beach Access And Only About 1 Mile From T...


Popular restaurants on the IOP include The Boathouse, Seabiscuit Cafe, Coconut Joe’s, Acme Lowcountry Kitchen, and Long Island Cafe. For live music and libations, locals frequent Banana Cabana, The Dinghy, or The Windjammer, a beachfront bar with volleyball courts, pool tables, and nightly entertainment. Other recreational activities include fishing off the IOP Pier, surfing, biking, boating, paddleboarding, searching for seashells, building sandcastles, and playing at the Isle of Palms County Park. The IOP County Park not only provides excellent parking for a day at the beach but also has a picnic area, playground, public restrooms, and lifeguards on duty. In addition, the city manages a full service marina, equipped with dockage, fuel, and a mini-mart. The city leases out commercial real estate space for kayak, parasail, watercraft, and charter fishing businesses. The City of Isle of Palms Recreation Department is ideally located on 28th Avenue and offers numerous activities and sports leagues for both children and adults. For children, Isle of Palms has its own organized soccer, basketball, baseball, and volleyball teams, and it offers acting classes, ballet, gymnastics, yoga, and tennis clinics. During the summer months and during school breaks, the department runs Camp Summershine, a fun day camp that features arts, crafts, sports, swimming, and weekly field trips. For adults, IOP has its own basketball, softball, volleyball, and table tennis teams, and it offers numerous programs such as dog obedience classes, tennis clinics, and fitness programs. The Isle of Palms Recreation Department is the epicenter of the city’s community events, too. Throughout the year, seasonal events including Holiday Street Festival, Halloween Carnival, Easter Egg Hunt, Sand Sculpting Contests, Music Fests, and Beach Runs always lend fun and fellowship for the island’s residents.

Children residing on Isle of Palms are zoned for the highly touted Sullivan’s Island Elementary School, a partial coastal environmental science magnet. The newly constructed school is perfectly situated within walking distance to the beach, thus giving students the opportunity for hands-on learning. After elementary school, children progress to Laing Middle School, a science and technology magnet located near Hamlin Plantation in Mt. Pleasant. After graduating middle school, students transfer to Wando High School, a school that continuously receives accolades for its academic rigor and athletic accomplishments.

As a result of the top-ranked schools and variety of programs for children and adults, Isle of Palms is much more than just a vacation beach town. In fact, it is a historic residential community who happily shares its beauty with visitors. The city’s historical roots begin with the indigenous Seewee (Sewel) Indians, who first inhabited this land. Like the Kiawah and Wando Tribes, the Seewee Indians welcomed the first European settlers and began trading with them. Unfortunately, Smallpox and other foreign plagues killed most of the natives. The treacherous waters of Breach Inlet unexpectedly fended off a British attack during the Revolutionary War when more than 2,000 Redcoats tried to cross the water and raid a Colonial encampment. Then again, during the Civil War, the confederate filled U.S.S. Hunley launched from the Inlet and sunk off its shore. The island itself remained mostly vacant until the late 19th century when Charlestonians began to ferry over to Isle of Palms to escape the heat and enjoy the cool, nightly ocean breezes. A resort, ferris wheel, and pavilion was built in 1912, and shortly thereafter, in 1929, the Grace Memorial Bridge was erected, thus making Isle of Palms easily accessible. Shortly thereafter, developer J.C. Long began constructing affordable homes for World War II veterans, and in the early 1970s, the Sea Pines Company began to develop an upscale beach, golf, and racquetball club -- now known as Wild Dunes Resort.


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